How good is your favourite NGO?
Help Your NGO is a website that helps you evaluate and analyse an NGO and make an informed decision before you donate your money to a cause.
Equitymaster is now title sponsor of HelpYourNGO.com
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Mumbai | 3rd March 2015
HelpYourNGO.com India Pvt Ltd is proud to announce its partnership with Equitymaster Agora Research Private Limited.
Equitymaster was launched in 1996 as India’s first financial website and an independent equity research initiative based out of Mumbai, India. The company brought its principles of rigorous, data-driven and unbiased research to help common investors make informed decisions in the financial markets.
www.HelpYourNGO.com was similarly set up to increase transparency in the NGO sector by providing an online interface between donors and NGOs. The standardized financials, in-depth insights and comparison tools on the website are designed to help donors and subscribers cut through the noise surrounding the NGO sector and support NGOs based on their performance.
Now, Equitymaster will be supporting HelpYourNGO in its mission to increase transparency in the NGO sector by acting as their title sponsor. The sponsorship support will help HelpYourNGO increase its reach, both online and offline, broaden its subscriber base, and offer more services.
Pradeep Mahtani, CEO of HelpYourNGO.com said, “We are pleased to get this support from Equitymaster, which is highly regarded by investors. This association will help us get greater recognition and visibility.”
Rahul Goel, CEO Equitymaster, added, “We are delighted to join HelpYourNGO in their goal of bringing transparency and integrity to the NGO sector. I am confident that this alliance will help Equitymaster readers make a more informed decision the next time they are planning to donate to an NGO as well.”
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